Advances in Nuclear Dynamics 2 / Edition 1by Wolfgang Bauer
Pub. Date: 08/31/1996
Publisher: Springer US
The proceedings of the 15th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, held in 1999, this volume contains presentations from experimentalists and theorists, intermediate energy to ultrarelativistic energies, and final results to recent speculations. This series of workshops is dedicated to the concept that bringing together scientists from diverse areas of nuclear reactions promotes the vibrant exchange of ideas, and continues to promote this lively and compelling field of research.
Table of Contents
Intriguing Centrality Dependence of the Au-Au Source Size of the AGS (M. Baker). Realistic Expanding Source Model for Relativistic Heavyion Collisions (R. Nix). Excitation Functions in Central Au+Au Reactions from Bevalac/SIS to AGS (B.A. Li). The BNL-AGS Experiment E896 (B. Llope). Recent Results from E877 (M. Trzaska). Noninstantaneous Breakup of Excited Nuclear Systems (R. DeSouza). Dynamics of Density Fluctuations in a NonMarkovian Boltzmann-Langevin Model (S. Ayik). From Dissipative Collisions to Multiple Fragment Emission: A Unified View (J. Toke). Lightioninduced Multifragmentation: A Fast Evolutionary Process (V. Viola). Gaussian Wavepacket Dynamics with and without Correlations (D. Kiderlen). Spinodal Decomposition of Atomic Nuclei (P. Chomaz). Vector Meson Production in Heavy Ion Collisions (A. Brenschede). Dielectron Production in Nucleus+Nucleus Collisions at 1.05 GeV/nucleon (J. Porter). K+ Production in the System Ni+Ni at an Incident Energy of 1.93 AGeV (D. Best). Collective Radial Expansion in Au+Au Reactions from 0.25 to 2 GeV/A (F. Daffin). Search for the Decay of Noncompact Geometries (N. Stone). Statistical Property of AMD (A. Ono). Scaling Laws, Transient Times and Shell Effects in Heliuminduced Nuclear Fission (T. Rubehn). 35 additional articles. Index.
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